An adult female complains of right iliac fossa pain.
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An oblong thin walled, cystic mass near tip of the caecum. It measures about 7.7 x 3 cm. It has homogenous hypodensity ( fluid density ) in pre contrast study. It shows faint peripheral wall enhancement in delayed phase after IV contrast with dirty mesenteric fat at its base. Finding mostly representing appendiceal mucocoele.
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A tubular cystic structure is seen at the right iliac fossa. It lies in intimate relation to the caecum. On top of the differential is an appendiceal mucocele, which was proven postoperatively.